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On the rarity of anterior teeth of Asteracanthus magnus (Euselachii: Hybodontiformes). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 279 (1): 35–41
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Early Cretaceous vertebrates from the Xinlong Formation of Guangxi (southern China): a review. Geological Magazine, 153 (1): 143–159
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KHAMHA, S. & CUNY, G. & LAUPRASERT, K. (2016)
Revision of Isanodus paladeji (Elasmobranchii, Hybodontiformes) from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 90 (3): 533–541
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CUNY, G. & KRISTENSEN, J.B. & STEMMERIK, L. (2016)
First record of Lagarodus (Chondrichthyes: Euchondrocephali) from the Carboniferous of Svalbard, Arctic Norway. Norwegian Journal of Geology, 96 (1): 1–5
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KOOT, M.B. & CUNY, G. & ORCHARD, M.J. & RICHOZ, S. & HART, M.B. & TWITCHETT, R.J. (2015)
New hybodontiform and neoselachian sharks from the Lower Triassic of Oman. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 13 (10): 891–917
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ENAULT, S. & GUINOT, G. & KOOT, M.B. & CUNY, G. (2015)
Chondrichthyan tooth enameloid: past, present, and future. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 174 (3): 549–570
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CUNY, G. & SUTEETHORN, V. & KHANSUBHA, S. (2015)
A sclerorhynchoid (Chondrichthyes: Batomorphii) in the lower cretaceous of Thailand? New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin, 67: 15–18
CUNY, G. & FINNEY, S. & MARSHALL, J. (2015)
A new Devonian-Carboniferous boundary shark from the Old Red Sandstone of East Greenland. Abstract. In: Abstracts of the 63rd Symposium for Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy & 24th Symposium of Palaeontological Preparation and Conservation with The Geological Curators’ Group, Southampton: 83
CUNY, G. & RIGAL, S. (2015)
On the difficulty of reconstructing hybodont dentitions based on isolated teeth. Abstract. 59th Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, 14–17 December 2015, Cardiff University and Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museumm Wales: 22
CUNY, G. & LIARD, R. & DEESRI, U. & LIARD, T. & KHAMHA, S. & SUTEETHORN, V. (2014)
Shark faunas from the Late Jurassic—Early Cretaceous of northeastern Thailand. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 88 (3): 309–328
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KNOLL, F. & CUNY, G. & MOJON, P.-O. & LOPEZ-ANTONANZAS, R. (2014)
New palaeontological data from the organic-rich layers of the Bathonian of the Grands Causses (France). Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 125 (3): 312–316
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CUNY, G. & TABOUELLE, J. (2014)
First mention of the family Pseudonotidanidae (Chondrichthyes: Neoselachii) in the Jurassic of Normandy. Bulletin Sciences et Géologie Normandes, 7: 21–28
CARLSEN, A.W. & CUNY, G. (2014)
A study of the sharks and rays from the Lillebælt Clay (Early–Middle Eocene) of Denmark, and their palaeoecology. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 62: 39–88
KOOT, M.B. & CUNY, G. & TINTORI, A. & TWITCHETT, R.J. (2013)
A new diverse shark fauna from the Wordian (Middle Permian) Khuff Formation in the interior Haushi-Huqf area, Sultanate of Oman. Palaeontology, 56 (2): 303–343
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REES, J. & CUNY, G. & POUECH, J. & MAZIN, J.-M. (2013)
Non-marine selachians from the basal Cretaceous of Charente, SW France. Cretaceous Research, 44: 122–131
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CUNY, G. & LIARD, R. & DEESRI, U. & LIARD, T. & KHAMHA, S. & SUTEETHORN, V. (2013)
Freshwater hybodont sharks from the Late Jurassic - Early Cretaceous of Northeastern Thailand: stratigraphical and palaeobiogeographical implications. Abstract. In: SCHWARZ, C. & KRIWET, J. (editors): 6th International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes – Diversification and Diversity Patterns, Vienna, Austria August 4th–10th, 2013: 18
KOOT, M.B. & ROMANO, C. & TWITCHETT, R.J. & CUNY, G. & HART, M.B. (2013)
Diversity dynamics in the global Permian-Triassic chondrichthyan fauna: taxonomic diversity, palaeoecology and distribution. Abstract. In: SCHWARZ, C. & KRIWET, J. (editors): 6th International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes – Diversification and Diversity Patterns, Vienna, Austria August 4th–10th, 2013: 41
HANSEN, B.B. & CUNY, G. & RASMUSSEN, B.W. & SHIMADA, K. & JACOBS, P. & HEILMANN-CLAUSEN, C. (2013)
Associated skeletal and dental remains of a fossil odontaspidid shark (Elasmobranchii: Lamniformes)from the Middle Eocene Lillebælt Clay Formation in Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 61: 37–46
KNOLL, F. & CUNY, G. & MOJON, P.-O. & LÓPEZ-ANTOÑANZASA, R. & HUGUET, D. (2013)
A new vertebrate-, ostracod-, and charophyte-bearing locality in the Middle Jurassic of the Grands Causses (southern France). Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 124 (3): 525–529
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CUNY, G. (2013)
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Palaeobiogeography of the freshwater sharks from the Mesozoic of Thailand. Southeast Asian Gateway Evolution Meeting, Berlin, Germany, 11/03/13 – 15/03/13 ,
CUNY, G. & MARTIN, J.E. & SARR, R. (2012)
A neoselachian shark fauna from the Late Cretaceous of Senegal. Cretaceous Research, 34: 107–115
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ANDREEV, P.S. & CUNY, G. (2012)
New Triassic stem selachimorphs (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) and their bearing on the evolution of dental enameloid in Neoselachii. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 32 (2): 255–266
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CUNY, G. (2012)
Freshwater hybodont sharks in Early Cretaceous ecosystems : A review. In: Bernissart dinosaurs and Early Cretaceous terrestrial ecosystems, GODEFROIT, P. (ed.), Indiania University Press, Bloomington: 519–529
CUNY, G. & LIARD, R. & DEESRI, U. & LIARD, T. & KHAMHA, S. & SUTEETHORN, V. (2012)
Freshwater hybodont sharks from the Late Jurassic - Early Cretaceous of northeastern Thailand: stratigraphical and palaeobiogeographical implications. Abstract. Terra Nostra, 2012 (3): 44
BEHAN, C. & WALKEN, G. & CUNY, G. (2012)
A carboniferous chondrichthyan assemblage from residues within a Triassic karst system at Cromhall quarry, Gloucestershire, England. Palaeontology, 55 (6): 1245–1263
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LINDOW, B.E.K. & CUNY, G. (2011)
Chapter 7: Kæmpernes kirkegård. In: Geologiske naturperler, Chapter 7: Kæmpernes kirkegård: 102–112
LEPAGE, Y. & CUNY, G. & DESQUESNE, A. (2011)
Première découverte d'Acrodus nobilis Agassiz, 1838, dans le Sinémurien du Cotentin (Normandie, France). Bulletin Sciences et Géologie Normandes, (3): 7–13
KOOT, M. & TWITCHETT, R. & CUNY, G. & HART, M. (2011)
Effects of the Late Permian extinction on the Permian-Triassic shark fauna. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 31 (Supp. 2): 138
CUNY, G. & LAOJUMPON, C. & CHEYCHIW, O. & LAUPRASERT, K. (2010)
Fossil vertebrate remains from Kut Island (Gulf of Thailand, Early Cretaceous). Cretaceous Research, 31: 415–423
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CUNY, G. & COBBETT, A.M. & MEUNIER, F.J. & BENTON, M.J. (2010)
Vertebrate microremains from the Early Cretaceous of southern Tunisia. Geobios, 43: 615–628
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CUNY, G. & CHEYCHIW, O. & LAOJUMPON, C. & LAUPRASERT, K. (2010)
A new species of Heteroptychodus (Elasmobranchii: Hybodontiformes) from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. In: KA González–Rodríguez & G Arratia (eds), Fifth International meeting on Mesozoic fishes: Global diversity and evolution. Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo: 38
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CUNY, G. & CAVIN, L. & SUTEETHORN, V. (2009)
A new hybodont with a cutting dentition from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. Cretaceous Research, 30 (3): 515–520
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CUNY, G. & SRISUK, P. & KHAMHA, S. & SUTEETHORN, V. & TONG, H. (2009)
A new elasmobranch fauna from the Middle Jurassic of southern Thailand. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 315: 97–113
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CUNY, G. & CAVIN, L. & SUTEETHORN, V. (2009)
Specialized dentition in lower Cretaceous freshwater hybodont sharks. Abstract. In: Tribute to Charles Darwin and Bernissart Iguanodons: New perspectives on vertebrate evolution and Early Cretaceous ecosystems, GODEFROIT P. & LAMBERT O. (eds), Institut Royal des Sciences naturelles de Belgique, Brussels: 30
CUNY, G. & BENTON, M.J. & COBBETT, A. (2009)
Vertebrate microremains from the Aptian-Albian of Tunisia. Abstract. In: Lundadagarna i historisk geologi och paleontologi XI, MELLGREN J. & EINARSSON E. (eds), Lund University, Lund.
BOTELLA, H. & PLASENCIA, P. & MARQUEZ-ALIAGA, A. & CUNY, G. & DORKA, M. (2009)
Pseudodalatias henarejensis nov. sp. a new pseudodalatiid (Elasmobranchii) from the Middle Triassic of Spain. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29 (4): 1–7
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CUNY, G. (2009)
Evolution of serrated cutting dentition in hybodont sharks. Abstract Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29 (Supplement to Number 3): 83A
CUNY, G. (2008)
Mesozoic hybodont sharks from Asia and their relationships to the genus Ptychodus. Acta Geologica Polonica, 58 (2): 211–216
DUFFIN, C.J. & CUNY, G. (2008)
Carcharopsis prototypus and the adaptations of single crystallite enameloid in cutting dentitions. Acta Geologica Polonica, 58 (2): 181–184
CUNY, G. & SUTEETHORN, V. & KAMHA, S. & BUFFETAUT, E. (2008)
Hybodont sharks from the Lower Cretaceous Khok Kruat Formation of Thailand, and hybodont diversity during the Early Cretaceous. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 295: 93–107
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CUNY, G. & REES, J. & POUECH, J. & SRISUK, P. & MAZIN, J.-M. & SUTEETHORN, V. (2008)
Belemnobatis from Thailand and Cherves-de-Cognac (France): radiation of primitive batoids during the Mesozoic. Documents des Laboratoires de Géologie, Lyon, 164: 33–36
SHANG, Q. & CUNY, G. & CHEN, L. (2008)
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The chondrichthyan fauna from the Middle-Late Triassic of Guanling (Guizhou province, SW China). Historical Biology, 19 (4): 291–300
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CUNY, G. & PIYAPONG, C. (2007)
Tail spine characteristics of stingrays (Order Myliobatiformes): a comment to Schwartz (2005). Electronic Journal of Ichthyology, 3 (1): 15–17
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On the enigmatic neoselachian Agaleus dorsetensis from the European Early Jurassic. GFF, 129 (1): 1–6
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Triassic and Jurassic sharks from Guizhou and Hubei Provinces (Southwestern China). Abstract. Ichthyolith Issues, Special Publication, 10: 29–30
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A new shark fauna from the Mid-Jurassic of southern Thailand, and the early fossil record of Batoidea. Abstracts volume, 5th Meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists, 18, http://www.eavp.org.
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The Mesozoic fossil record of sharks in Thailand. Proceedings of the International Conference on geology of Thailand: towards sustainable development and sufficiency economy, TANTIWANIT W. (ed.), Department of Mineral Resources, Bangkok, Thailand: 349–354
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A new elasmobranch assemblage from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. Palaeontology, 49 (3): 547–555, 8 fig.
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The shark fauna from the Middle-Late Triassic of Guanling (Guizhou province, SW China). Abstract. 4th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists. Hantkeniana, 5: 83
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Emergence des requins néosélaciens et impact sur la paléoécologie des requins hybodontes. Journal de l'APF, 50: 27–30
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Fossil sharks from the Early Cretaceous of Tunisia. Revue de Paléobiologie, Vol. spéc. 9: 127–142, pl. 1–2.
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Freshwater hybodont sharks from the lower cretaceous of Thailand. Symposium Proceedings International Congress on the Biology of Fish, Manaus, Brazil: 15–26
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Is Agaleus a stem-group neoselachian? GFF, 125: 103
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Les hybodontes (Chondrichthyens : Elasmobranchii) du Crétacé tunisien. Huitième journée de géologie tunisienne, résumés des communications et guide de l'excursion, Office National des Mines, Tunis, 36–38
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The shark fauna from the Middle Triassic (Anisian) of North-Western Nevada. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 133 (3): 285–301
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New data on the flora and fauna from the ?uppermost Carboniferous - lower Permian of Buxières-les-Mines, Bourbon l'Archambault Basin (Allier, France). A preliminary report. Bulletin de la Société géologique de France, 171 (2): 239–249.
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The dental histology of the Late Palaeozoic shark Cooleyella. Abstract. Abstr. 9th Internatl. Symp. Early Vertebrates/Lower Vertebrates, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA, May 2000, p. 11.
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French vertebrate faunas and the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 119 (3–4): 343–358
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Apports du site de Lons-Le-Saunier (Jura, France) à l'étude de la transgression rhétienne dans l'est de la France. Geobios, 18: 113–117
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Les vertébrés du Trias supérieur en Haute-Marne. Bulletin de la Société de Sciences Naturelles et d'Archéologie de la Haute–Marne, 24 (10): 221–236
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Nouveaux restes de Vertébrés du Jurassique terminal du Boulonnais (Nord de la France). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 180 (3): 323–347